For many generations, our society has said “please” and “thank you” and in the non-profit world it’s quite the common exchange. The charity says, “Please will you support the cause?” and then soon says, “Thank you” to those who have given their time, talent or treasure to the cause. It seems so often this day and age that we are asking please for something and too often we forget to express our gratitude. Sometimes the thank yous are followed by “no problem,” “happy to help,” “it’s a great cause,” etc. It’s rewarding to hear both the thank you and the exchange of praise from such wonderful people like you. We hope you fully realize how much your support means to us!
Over the past year, the support you provided helped fund more effective and alternative treatment options for childhood cancer. You also enabled CAAC to raise awareness for a disease that receives less than 4% of federal funding for research. There are so many actions that you have helped us accomplish throughout this year and every year since we started this journey. Your acceptance and responses to so many of our “pleases” deserve a million thank yous and we could not be more grateful.
Please keep those doctors, nurses, children and their families/communities in your thoughts and prayers over the holidays. Thanks a million for continuing to help Chase After a Cure chase away childhood cancer!